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THE EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I., FMDAY, DECEMBERjifrtgoo.
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Rour & Gullet's, Pliuiiurs.
and other ntnkcfi, nt Reduced Prices.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Port tind Motel Ste.
Jas. F. Morgan
II 88 Queen Street
THIS SPACE RESERVED
R. W. ATKINSON
i hPFir.e-" -J1
For Reliable Help,
Houses and Rooms,
FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED.
Room 11, .bfioon Bid.,
A. Cowan, Manager.
PRICL? OF .MAN'S SKIN
Chicago, Nov. 27. Thrco dollars a
square Inch Is tho value Dr. Klmer R.
I'usvott places on good healthy sldu
lor tho imrposo of grafting It upon
the hand of Fcllx Macliut of 203 Cleaver
street. At this price ho has advertised
for twenty young men, from tho mm ol
each of whom ho will cut ono square
Inch of skin nnd graft It on tho hand
of his patient, Seven havo already
answered tho advertisement nnd have
agreed to report to tho doctor's office,
110 West Washington street, next Sun
day, at which tlmo tho operation will
ho performed, -
I'cllx Machut Is 17 years old and was
employed In Krulsslnk Uros,' cabinet
factory when ho met with a serious It
Jury, October 23d. While operating a
revolving sandpaper machine, the
wheels of which turned at the rate of
4000 times a minute, his hand becann
caught, and what flesh was not torn
from tho hand at the tlmo was so thor
oughly burned by the friction that It
sloughed off and wholly exposed all tho
Dr. 1'rcscott has concluded ho can re
toro tho Injured member to usctuliifcsa
only hy skin grafting.
Fine Job Printing at
CASES, TOILET SBT8
The icgular monthly meeting of the
Kree Kindergarten Association ni
licit) In the parlors of the Y. M. C. A.
this forenoon, there being present a
very large representation -of thU
branch of the city's charities. The e
ports of the various kindergartens were
read and placed on flic.
The Thanksgiving celebration of tho
children of the free kindergartens ws
reported a great success. The children
had a jolly good time.
Camp No. 1 kindergarten Is In need
of ropes for new swings.
Tho Portuguese kindergarten Is In
good condition. Arrangements are now
being made for n Christmas tree at that
The attendance nt the I'atanm kin
dergarten has fallen off somewhat of
late on nccount of the bad weather.
Fortunately, there Is not much slckncs3
among the children. Miss Uarrctt ma
gained a wonderful hold over the chil
dren. During her two months' service
she has changed their behavior most
The South street kindergarten Is
meeting temporarily In the Castle
Home on account of the Impossible
condition of their own place. The re
cent rains have created havoc.
Two new girls have Just been admit
ted to the Castla Home.
PRB8BNT8 l!OR THU BOYS.
New York, Nov. 26. Helen Gould
visited a big downtown department
store today and purchased over $3000
north of clothing and toilet articles,
which she ordered dispatched to tho
distributing officer of the United State
Army at Manila. The goods will oe
presented with Helen Gould's compli
ments as a Christmas greeting to tho
New Yorkers of the troops In tho Phil
ippines. JIlso Gould personally select
ed eery nrtlclc, and In each case
bought the best quality obtainable. She
carefully examined the clothing In
order to see, sbo explained, that It was
of suitable weight.
IN 'HE CIRCUIT COtlnT. FIUST CIRCUIT
Territory of Hawaii At Chambers, In probata, in tha
matter )! in. tltat. o, jt, iiutcninjtl, late ur Hono
lulu, Oahj. dectaiei Petition having bvtn Mei by
Ithel Hutching!, widow of tuld Intestate, praying
that Letters of Aimlnlstr tion upon saiJ .state I
IssueJ tj TreJerlck L. Wat6ron, notice Is hereby
Ctven that rrtJay, the nth Jay of January, A. U..
nor, at io o'clock am.. Inths Judiciary Uullilng,
Hsnolulu, Is appointed the time and place for hearing
said petition, when and where all persons c ncerred
may atpear and show cause. If any they have, why
said petition should not b. grantid.
Honolulu, December jth. ioro.
By tht Court,
4T06-4I Dec r.fa.iMS Clerk.
IN THE IRCUIT COURT, FIRST CIRCUIT,
Terrltor of Hawaii, At Chambers, In probate, In the
matter uf the estate of J Cabral Meiclros, a', of
Honolulu, Oahu, deceased. Pettlon having been
hied by Julia Medelros, widow of said Intestate,
praj log that Letters of Administration upon said es
tate be Issued to Julia Msdelros, Notice Is hereby
ghen that Friday, the nth day of January, A. U.,
too,, at ioo'cio k a m In the Judiciary Building,
Honolulu. Is appointed th. time and place for hearing
said petition when and wheie all persons concerned
miy appear and show cause, If any they have, why
ssld petition shonld rot b granted.
Honolulu, Cccembrr jth, iqoo.
By the Court,
t?o6-4t I)K T.14 sr.s Clerk
Election of Officers.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVFN THAT
at th: aJjoumeJ annual meeting of the
OAHU SUGAK CO., Ltd., held In Hono
lulu on December 3rd, 1930, the follow Ins
officers were elected to serve for the ensu
ing year :
Paul Iscnberg President
U. F. Dillingham,.. tst Vice President
M. P. Robinson,.. 2nJ Vice President
II. A. Isenberg Treasurer
F. Klamp Secretary
Board of DIrectors-S. C. Allen, F. J.
Lowrey, Fred. Lewis, J. A. AicCandless,
Paul Isenbsrg, B. F. Dillingham, AL P.
Robinson, II. A. Isenberg and F. Klamp,
Maunalei Sugar Co., Lid
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19, 1900,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
At mv salesroom, corner of Merchant
and Akalea streetsHonolulu, I will sell at
fublic Auction, by order or the I reasurer,
Mr. Eimnett Mav. the followlnc certifi
cates of stock In the Maunalei Sugar Co.,
Ltd., unless the Sixth Assessment, due
September. 5U1, 1900, delinquent November
5th, 1900, with Interest thereon and adver
tislne expenses. Is paid on or before the
day and hour of tale.
Name of Stockholder No. of Shares
Lee Sim Yan 40
II D Thlrkleld 5
VVm Henry. ...t is
P Gleason 5
EL Boyd 25
VVm Norton 5
H Morgan 10
Fred Waldvogel so
W H Pain 6(5
James Waldvogel so
J A Magoon 186
WT Schmidt 19
F J Kruger 15
C Weddeman 30 ,,,
Lum Chuck Tong 5
W. B. Fisher,- .
Weather lliireau, I'unahou, December
7. Temperature Morning minimum,
"0; Midday maximum, 77.
Ilaromcter nt 0 a. in, 30.03, Steady
Dew Point C5P.
Humidity nt 9 a. m. 79 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, De
cember 7. Weather haiyj wind freiii
O. & O. S. S. Coptic from Oriental
Ship John Currier, Larorence, from
Ship IroquK Thompson, from Seattle.
Schr Alice Cook, Penhallow, from Port
Am bk Olympla,Glbbs,from San Fran
cisco. Stmr J. A. Cummins, Searle, from Oa
Stmr Noeau, Wyman, from Kauai.
Friday, December 7-
Stmr Ellhu Thomson, vWhltney, for Ta
coma and Seattle.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmcrson, for Maul
Stmr lwalanl, Gregory, for Lahalna,
Honokohau and Kukulhaele.
Ship D. C. Bryant. , for San
Stmr Keauhon. Mosher, for Eleele, Ha
napepe, Makawell, Walmea anJ Kekaha.
TO SAIL, TOMORROW.
Papatoa, Ookala and Hakalau at 2 p m.
From Kauai, per stmr Noeau, Dec. 7 C.
H. Bishop, J.J. Palmeltree and Dr. Rus
sett. Frcm China and Japan, per O. & O S.
S. Coptic, Dec. 7, E A Ma or. Through :
Mrs R BeMeld, Miss Belheld, Mr and Mis
Beithe, M ss Betthe, JLIeut Blggam, F H
Blake. Mr Davis. Mr and Mrs I B Butler,
W E Dennlson, H Fetzer, J H Fertfg, Miss
J H Fertlg, Miss M Fertlg, Mls Dr Glass
Mr and Mrs H Harris, CE Hodde. Mrs A
J Griffin, Miss Edith Griffin, Mrs A C
Jackson, Mrs Jewell, Mr and Mrs D W
Lyon and Inf Jnt, Master Lyon, Mrs J L
Martler, Mls G Newton, S Mlddleton, Mr
and Mrs FN Oimstead, Miss (Jlmstead,
Master Olmstea-1, R H Parker, Miss M
Patterson, Ca;t Rowcroft, Miss C E
Rlehter. Mr and Mrs W G Sharp. E Stein
Mr and Mrs G T Shields, Miss Alice Fer
rell. E U Van Walret, L W Washington,
A Wlttamtr, Mr and Mrs b Wlldman.
For Maul and Hawaii ports, per stmr
Mauna Loa, Dec. 7 L'eut. Uteken, F. T.
V. Waterliouse, w. (J. layior, ur. Atcr.
. .... . f r ! M-.
wJVuIt, F E, Thompson. V. Achee. V.
H. Case, C. M. Walton. SV. F. Drake, J. I
A. -MnRUlre, L. r'. Lincoln, J. au uguvie,
Jas. I. I ayior, uavld vvaiau, c. u. uai.
win, .Mrs. HiuRhton, Mr. Kiultrkv, Y.
Sujja, C. B. Olsrn,, R. M. Thomit, C.
Ahuna and N. S. Alcana.
AT THE ORPIIUUM.
They hav ca good show on till.
end of the week at the Orpheum. in
deed tho various artists seem to huo
thoroughly acclimated themselves nnd
caught on to local requirements. Last
night's program was In many respects
better than the opening night of the
same talent. Particularly was this tho
case with Miss Le Claire, who has nt
last got rid of the cold under the dls
advantago of which she has been work
ing nnd last night, for the first time,
revealed tho full power of her voice.
Sho sang the "Holy City" superbly
with a richness and purity of tone nnd
volume that surprised tho house Into
enthusiasm. Tho audience was merry
all through last night's bill. Tho
opening net, while It hovered uncer
tainly at times between burlesque and
heavy melodrama, Is a good one and
has n well worked up climax that
should bring a curtain call. Conlon as
a "villain of the deepest dye," espe
daily as regards hts mustache, was
good nnd Hyder Is very funny as tho
nmlahlo nnd heroic dead beat. Ida
Howell; jolly from the moment sho
leaves the wings, fluttered on In a
dainty poppy decorated hat and (Ires
of paper, and nindu tho best lilt slt9
has yet achlo,ved. The coon song was
cleverly handled and her child mimi
cry most artistic. Ida Is all right. Km
ltnmp vlollned and sang "Asthorc" In
cffectlvo manner nnd Alice. Ilnymond
blew tho military calls on u golden
bugle, vigorously assisted by Adam3
from the orchestra. The audience wai
clamoious for nunc long after the fair
cornetlst had made up her mind that
they had had sufficient. Adams, with
a quick and effective shift of wardrobe,
produced another song from his re
pertoire and as usual tho selection was
n good one. Ills "Veddlsh" serenade Is
perhaps the most artistic piece of w'o-k
he has yet given. Conlon nnd Ryder's
"Broken China" act went with com
mendablo vim and was ludrlcuously
laughable. Hnnlon and Singer varlol
their turn by Introducing some new
combination feats, tho gentleman, who
usually hangs by his neck to play tho
guitar, suspends himself by his heels
this tlmo and nimbly plunks upside
Tho baseball enthusiasts of the city
are very anxious for a revival of their
best loved sport In this city. Thrto
teams tho Stars, Kamehamehas and
St. Louis boys are In good shapo to
organlzo at once If there Is any pros
pect of a series of games. They are
now attempting to get a meeting for
the formation of a league. This done,
they could look for suitable grounds
and make other arrangements.
Among the departures for Maul and
Hawaii ports In the Mauna Loa this
morning were the following; Lieut.
Deokcn, Dr. Atchcrley, W. Q. Taylor,
P. T, P. Wnterhouse, Rev. W. Ault,
F. Oreenwcll, C. M. Walton nnd wlfa,
J. T. Taylor, W, F, Drake and E. D.
Dan II. Case, the court stenographer
has gone to attend Second Circuit term
M unit tint emi inittit 14 rfift.
fnurtHf.i to unit fnt tt, 4 ctntt tust tuJ,
and 60 tintt tm mow. Itit tttki tktttt nivtf
tinnt nr eftrtJ tki ptefilt ef Henttul,
BARGAINS IN JCWELBY-vmi fin pfl thm il
M.F. LLCAS, to Hotel SI. f-nt tncrvlnjr
tniftufrtUng dnn. U
OTICE TO HUimEM-Th Union Etprtift Co
ntt WHIIC ?AIJ I UK BALE Mil"
VANTED'PoIHont fori StfJv Drlveti
' 1 Stftiy Luni
" 1 RflMfclt Slimn
M J UookkMMf!
" to Hiniy Men
Domrsflc potltlont for ftmile help
R.W.ATiclnsntf tophi 11, Magoon HU , MerchinlSt
WANTED FlrH -C a carptnlcr. Appty at onct
at Mackrleli tlullJinff. Frtd Harrison, con
WANTED Jnlr, idv poiltlnn offirrJ 1 1 tht
rlrhtmtn. H.W.IQSTER. Holt! St. 4iw
WANTED -Boat J and room by voiing man and
littteKlrl In private limlly. AJdrmC Uwii
P. O. Don ti. ,,,.,, . i6olw
WANTED A younemin with experience Inratall
crocery butne i to work for a (arte firm with
Rood proipfcta of advancement. Mutt he well re
commended. AdJreie A. B . it thU office. troj-tf
WANTED Room for lleht r-nuM-kfepIn; by man
and wife. Addreit "M" Bulletin office, ithm!
WANTED Board and room by two younjr men.
Private family ordered. Addreis O. t. M..
care this office.
WANTEDYoune;man ai Dill Clerk Inwholen'e
etocery houic, Must be a (food renman, quick
and correct at fijruret, Add(ei in own hand vtltng
with reference "X" care ihU office. ifagiw
WANTED Ten )oune men or younr women to
learn teteeraphy and act as operator! for the
Wlre'esi Telegraph Sjiteio. Apply F.J. CROS
1691.1t Mifoin Building.
W M F. LUCAS, oj Hotel St.
WANTED-WATCHESto repair by Jeweler Mj
yeart experience. G. DIFTZ, lyNuuanuSt
OLD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot
tonRa gi. Appply at Bulletin Office. 1 (tt
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -1
Oytten served n the shell onlv Try hts
famous Han and Egg Sandwiches and Coffee, Cor
Nuuanu and Htte' streets. WM. LUCAS, Proprietor.
TO RENT Furnished room. Garden Lane. Enquire
of Mrs. McConnel, off Union street, No. 9 Garden
TO LET Nklv furnished room with use of parlor,
with private family. Apply 398 BereUnU street
near pumping station. noo-iw
FOR RENT Bay window room, furn'sheJ lor
gentleman Address "A. " at this Office 1698-iw
TO LET Furnished room only Jj month616 Vln
yard street. floors from Q-een Hotel, itpo-iw
HOUSE TO RENT on the corner of Mikikl and
Wilder Avenues. Apply on premises. iC?6-tm
PR RENT Two rew brick stores, best location
In the city, trench plate show windows. Inquire
at the New Lngland Bakery. Hotel St i6?i-tf
COR SALE A few shares of Union Express Co
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1 ttnb ln.ii.tr. . I II1UUV IDMITlf.t- ..
FOK SALE Podlero (ot Krrt.r r"P. Apply T,
C. WILLS, I'jhali. Hawaii. i,o,-i
COR SALE-A cat rlgtel boat of th. following
dimensions si feet length ovu all 8 l et ex,
beam, 4 feet rx draught, non-capslxable and non
sinkabte, Sco lbs outside lead ballast. A fast sal er.
easily msnaged by one person. Hull, spats and sail
In good condition. New ropes f ,r halyards ahd fold
ing anchor. To' further particulars ar-plv at office of
Hawa Ian Trustee Investment Company 409 Fort :t.,
A second-hand rosewood case piano.
l as tool at new, cheap,
must r. so a ouick.
Ac.rt-i.ft -j 1 tin oince.
COR SALE A it-conJ-hinJ Remlnj-nn Typewriter
I In (tool ronJliion. Call at Pacific Cvclerv. oq-iw
ZOR SAt E Four toU, Horror, , Krf"tu. Wat
kilt I. $)oq each. Jell Barter. King St. yg-H
COR SALE A large down town Warehouse. A
centrally locate J Loosing Houe and cottage,
ttuslneis Property In heart of cttv reilienct property.
HENRY WATEHHOUSE & CO. ifos-tf
FOR SALE OR REM-A acre Lot In Nuuanu
Vatlev. with Uri-e Houe anJ Several Cotftgei.
HENRY WATERHOUSE & CO. i6qj.tf
fHE baft s cent cigar In town Is the "COLONEL"
I to be had at the Myrtle Cigar Store next toOr
hum. All tjclnJiof Manila cigars specUUv
FOR SALE One Smith Premier tperlter. as
good as new (or sate cheap. Inquire ol A. T,
BROCK, room to,JvM Hulldlng, ifctSo-tf
NEARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO for sale at a
bargain. Apply )t8 Beretaila ureet, near
Pumping Station. 1681 tf
FOR SALE CHEAP) level lots, ioojuoo feet, at
Ka'mukl; also t lease one tStory House of 8
rooms, with grounds tcoxtoo. large s'aMe and str
vents' rooms; alto a Houses anj Lots on Young
street. Apply to H. GORMAM. at Grlnbaum it Co.,
Quen street. 1676-1 m
OR SALE $oo. Furniture of j-roc mei cottage
near town, wlihprivllege of renting cottage
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
et 6 Merchant St.
COR SALE LOTS In Palama near town. AH sixes
and prices. Appy to
.tAM SAVIDGE fi CO..
too Mercnant M.
FR SALE 54000. Leasehold on Queen s reet
near Honolulu Iron Works, t )ears to run,
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CO..
ao6 Merchant street
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
ihe property of Wm. G Irwin, Esc. Apply to
James Carty, American Stables, Merchant and Rich
ards street. i6t4tf
pOR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
r CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS. sBt
LOST--A LADIES PURSE with owners name, con
talntng rnorvy and capers. Lost Wednesday be
teon pos'office and Han s Ice Cream Parlor. Re
w ard for return to this oftice. tic iw
LOST A piece of hirness on King street between
the Government Building and walkikl Annex,
Finder pleast return same to the UNION FEED CO
and rerehe reard. i6qhu
A RounJ Bade, with a Bowling Emblem on
A liberal reward Is offereJ lor the return of
sam. to this office. i6o5-1 w
LOST a troM enameled pin; monogram U. S., 06
Jn crimson and eold. Finder please r.turn to
this oiAc. anJ receive reward. tf.
FOUND-A purse fiund n Pacific Heights Electric
Car, Thanksgiving Uay. Can re had by .ier
proving rropeny ana paying tor tnis none.
FOUND-At corner of King street and Walkikl
road, an 18 K gold wedding ring Finder can
ha same by calling at this offic. and paying cats
of advertising i68itf
Mothers and Teachers.
The second meeting of the Mother:)'
and Teachers' Club will take place In
the l'unaliou Preparatory School at .".
o'clock this afternoon. All those, inter
ested in the work, are cordially Invited
to attend, Tho following program has
A Christmas Carol Vocal Sola
The Christmas Spirit in the Homo
Talk by Mrs. Edgar Wood.
Talk by Mrs. Weaver of Castlo Home.
A Christmas Story Told ly Mrs. Kd-
In chalk by Miss Laugnlln.
In paper cutting by Mrs. Talor.
In poster pictures by Miss iUweu.
Dramatized by tne Misses Hitch
cock. Christmas Preparations In tho Home,
Talk by Mrs. Sereno Bishop.
A ChrlstmaB Recitation
Miss N. McLaln
Discussion of tho meaning of Snntn
Clans and tho Christmas Spirit
of giving Selections,,. Music C'aisn
from Princess Kalulanl School,
A Shipment ef the Celebrated
and Baggy Lamps !
Guaranteed Not to Blow or Go Out.
E. O. HALL & SONS, Ltd.
KING 8TRBBT. HONOLULU.
We are not Selling Furaiture5
On The Installment Plan
Save 2S per cent
by buying your furniture for cash at
A BIG STOCK OF NEW GOODS
Just received by recent vessels.
Bedroom Sets, Sideboards, Tables, Chif
foniers. Chairs. Rockers. Baby Carriages.
Bureaus. Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
American and Hawaiian Flags, Btc.
w AffSrfir MACNEALE & URBAN SAFES.
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor D" Bli,ILiR"f'PiDSTARt.N,A ST
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
SHREVE & CO.,
I JUST ARRIVED 1 H
! Large Assortment of Holiday Goods. I
Collar and Cuff Boxes, JSj
m 8T0P IN AND SEE THEM. H
i HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY, M
&kL H ot,s' vn Hoit Biock' Kin& street- - a Bierback- s
To facilitate trade with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all troods
purchased or ordered of them, free
Honolulu, or returning same to San
selection to those known to the
references In San Francisco.
Jewelers, Cold arid Silverware Manufacturers,
- Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt of request. We have
the largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New York City, and are
yictjuacu tu lUiiusii 3'ciiai ucaiKii.
"s7"T7TsLtcla."v7"la.ile-sro-u. Sleep .
UOWER'5 MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AO.ENCY ::::::::
JV"rnnniVmi;r""lr"n.'uh;?rt'.0r """ "d P"'!"ty' B"' C")r "U"BC" ""n'tM- D""'1"
Office Room 4 Model Block
Terra Gotta Pipe,
same as Is used In the City Sewerage
System. All sizes on hand with
necessary fittings f also
Laundry Tubs, Etc.
LEWERS & COOKE.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers ;
and Collectors - -
Comer King and Bethel streets.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Parts of the City
Leasehold, King street, long term, very
GK Acres Land, Maul, near Makawao.
10 Choice Lots, each 50x100, Kaplolanl
House and Lot, Wilder ave., only jooo.
Lodging House, centrallv located, only
House and Lot. Kew.tlo, very cheap.
Desirable Building Lot, King street, Co
Money to Loan on approved security.
of all charges for transportation to
Francisco. Goods will be sent on
firm, or who will furnish satisfactory
P. U. HOX 2H4.
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
fire insurance agents
Careful Attention given to
and Office Forpltpre
In stock, or ordered from
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